Real-time crime centers: A look into the new-age tool every agency could use
from By Bambi Majumdar
Data for the first six months of 2019 shows a huge decrease in crime in Fort Myers, Florida. The city’s police department said that it owes the good news to better policing strategies, used in tandem with new technology. Fort Myers’ Real-Time Crime Center played a significant role in bringing down the numbers. More and more police departments are now looking to allocate a part of their budget to set up these real-time crime centers.
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